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Old Mon Sep 12, 2011, 03:40pm
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Originally Posted by pat32562 View Post
The ball was so deflated the kicker would squeeze the ball on the field in front
of the ref, & you could see the kicker's thumb buried in the ball from the sidelines. You do not need a guage to see that it was definitely under inflated, my question is how can you get another certified ball for this case
(not a special or kicking ball) if the ref refuses to do the right thing.
You can't (not sure how many ways people can say this to you). If the officials felt the ball was legal before, they are not going to change it unless they feel the ball is under inflated. You could complain, but if they refuse then they refuse. That is what they are there to do, make decisions even when you do not like them. It is that simple, the official's decision is final.

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